Greg Treleaven has been learning and practicing his craft in the Boston area since 1974. He started his career painting houses while attending Boston University (BA, English, Film 1974). It wasn’t long before clients began asking him to fix this or that, and soon he was doing all sorts of carpentry projects. He discovered that he really liked working with wood.
His is comfortable with all kinds of finish work, from building an historically correct Victorian porch in mahogany, to a custom entertainment center in maple. He has made 12 foot long dining room tables in oak, and he has refurbished some of Boston’s better restaurants, including L’Espalier on Gloucester Street.
An avid reader, he loves creating bookcases. Because he is a trained artist (Mass College of Art, BFA ’90), he enjoys helping clients design their projects. He takes pride in listening carefully to a clients requirements, and executing the work to their exact specifications.
His company is dependable, professional, and completes work on schedule. He is licensed and fully insured. Although he makes his home on the South Shore, he has been serving Beacon Hill, the Back Bay, the South End and surrounding communities for 26 years.